Just about everything went right for fourth-ranked Stanford on Friday night in an easy-as-it-gets 90-53 Pac-12 victory over defenseless Oregon State.

Even Chiney Ogwumike's desperation toss as she tumbled out of bounds touched nothing but net with 11:26 left in front of 3,430 fans at Maples Pavilion.

Ogwumike got her 21st double-double of the season with 19 points and 12 rebounds in only 28 minutes. The junior All-American had a career-high 11 free throws and added four blocks on a night four Stanford players scored in double figures.

"This was a really special game," Ogwumike said. "We've been waiting for a time everyone steps up at the same time."

Taylor Greenfield made four of five 3-pointers on her way to tying a career-best 18 points. Senior forward Joslyn Tinkle ended with 11 points to become the school's 34th player to get at least 1,000 career points.

The victory allowed Stanford (25-2, 14-1 Pac-12) to keep pace with Cal atop the conference standings. The Beavers (9-18, 3-12) dropped their ninth in a row, and the Cardinal extended its win streak to 10.

Cal 77, Oregon 55: Layshia Clarendon scored 14 points and the sixth-ranked Bears won their school record-tying 12th straight game.

Afure Jemerigbe added 13 points for the host Bears (24-2, 14-1 Pac-12), who early on looked somewhat ragged offensively with starting point guard Brittany Boyd sitting out because of a strained groin.

Jemerigbe came in averaging just 7.0 points, so her offensive contribution was big with Boyd out of the lineup.

"Brittany is a great player," Jemerigbe said. "She pushes the ball and makes the game a lot easier. With Brittany out, I knew I had to step up."

Jordan Loera and Ariel Thomas led Oregon (4-23, 2-13) with nine points each.

Men

Saint Louis 65, Butler 61: Mike McCall had 18 points and Kwamain Mitchell scored 10 of his 12 in the second half to help the visiting Billikens (21-5, 10-2 Atlantic 10) rally past the No. 15 Bulldogs (22-6, 9-4).

The Associated Press contributed to this report.